As Long As We Both Shall Live by Sean Grennan

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One February 18th and 25th Dennis Hall will present As Long As We Both Shall Live written in 2012 by Sean Grennan (a murder mystery comedy.) Readers are Anne Gero, Dennis Hall, Morgan Lambert, Hal McCown, Penny McKenzie, Ron White and Malcolm Wing.

Quirky genius Addison Ashe has finally met a man who can keep up with her — the wealthy and charming Jamie Wilcox. But marrying Jamie means wrangling with his disapproving mother, as well as her favorite over-the-top wedding planner, Raul. When Raul is poisoned at the rehearsal dinner, tensions between the clever bride and her mother-in-law to be go from heated to full-on inferno when Mrs. Wilcox points to Addison as the killer. Can Addison solve the case before sashaying down the aisle, or is she in for a honeymoon behind bars?

Reviews of the play made the following comments, ”….. Grennan is a witty guy who isn’t afraid to take chances.” in the Kansas City Star and “…Full of laughs and keeps you guessing.” in the Entertainment Spectrum


Sean Grennan was an actor for many years and began writing for the theatre in 1995. His play LUCK! won an honorable mention from the National Writer’s Association’s Playwriting Festival. His musical Rodeo was an ASCAP finalist when he was working as a librettist and lyricist with composer Leah Okimoto. He wrote Married Alive!, A Dog’s Life, and Another Night Before Christmas all of which have gone on to numerous productions in the U.S., Canada and abroad. His play Making God Laugh premiered in 2011. His plays Beer for Breakfast and As Long As We Both Shall Live premiered at the American Heartland Theatre. Grennan lives in New York and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.



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